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18 min ago | Asia News Network
A shot of liquor could give you a dose of toxic lead. The EcoWaste Coalition cautioned alcohol drinkers against the use of shot glasses that could be tainted with the toxic metal, making the "tagay" a risky bonding ritual.
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4 hrs ago | Sun-Star
FILM enthusiasts would remember the late 1990s film "Wag the Dog" that starred Dustin Hoffman and Robert de Niro.
8 hrs ago | Sun-Star
"Jihad" preacher Robert Edward Cerantonio is now in the custody of the Bureau of Immigration in Bicutan, Taguig City where he waits deportation.
12 hrs ago | The Philipine Reporter
It was full house at the annual GMA-sponsored Pinoy Fiesta and Trade Show last June 28 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
17 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News
Looking for a place in the Philippines to visit in summer next year, or even during the lean months? Make sure that Coron is part of your list.
President Benigno Aquino III used his cabinet meeting on Friday to declare that he is standing by budget secretary Florencio Abad and is rejecting his offer of resignation on Thursday.
The Philippines' largest airline Cebu Pacific said Wednesday it has ceased carrying shark fins, becoming the latest carrier to impose a ban as part of global conservation efforts.
Eric Kelly had a successful return, with a very entertaining scrap against Rob Lisita that netted him a $50,000 bonus.
An eagle flies over Bali's Barat National Park, in this award-winning image taken by a camera attached to a drone.
MANILA, Philippines First-year students of the University of Sto. Tomas in Manila officially became "Thomasians" today during the school's ceremonial Thomasian Welcome Walk, amid cheers from alumni and students both off- and online.
Australian religious extremist Musa Cerantonio has been arrested in the Philippines after boasting he had travelled to Middle East to join jihadists.
MANILA: An Australian convert to Islam who publicly urged people via the internet to join "jihad" in Iraq and Syria was arrested in the Philippines on Friday, local police said.
An Australian preacher with suspected links to Muslim extremists and who has allegedly been calling for jihad was arrested Friday in the central Philippines, police said.
Kidnapped Chinese fish farm manager Yang Zai Lin, 34, has been freed by Abu Sayyaf gunmen yesterday.
Lt. Cmdr. Luke Zabrocki attaches a ventilator to an infant in the neonatal intensive care unit at the Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center in Tacloban after medical professionals from the multinational Pacific Partnership 2014 team made repairs to the Lt.
BANGKOK At least 40,000 people remain displaced in the southern Philippines, 10 months after fighting between the army and Muslim guerrillas caused 100,000 to flee and destroyed more than 10,000 homes, aid agencies said on Thursday.
MANILA, Philippines Foreign and local shipping firms that will dock at the Batangas Port will be given discounts for one year, the Philippine Ports Authority said.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 11:39 pm
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